It’s a shocking fact that nowadays, many more people have food allergies than 50 years ago. It’s also interesting that your parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents didn’t have food allergies, but you do. If you don’t know why this is happening, it might be the prime time you look at your habits and the habits of the people around you. Food allergies don’t simply appear out of nowhere, and if no one in your family has them, the chances are that you won’t have them as
Do you want to be smarter? Then begin to adopt these hobbies and habits! Smarts don't grow on trees and to get a bit of extra oomph when it comes to your cognitive abilities, it is important to work on them on an everyday basis. Now, I’m not saying that you can drastically increase your level of intelligence even if you work on it diligently for months, but in my opinion, smartness differs from intelligence. Intelligence is your ability to absorb new skills and knowledge
Smartphones have made it easier than ever to stay connected to the people you love. They've also made it easier for clients and bosses to contact you. That can create a lot of anxiety for people who are dedicated to their jobs. If constant contact is starting to make you feel anxious, then you should consider adopting these smartphone habits: Track How You Use Your Time Before you can change your smartphone habits, you need to know how you spend your time. A lot of
Did you know that factors that appear to be indirectly related to your brain can, in fact, directly affect the function of your most vital organ? Studies have shown that everyday habits like not eating the right foods or not talking enough can affect your brain in the long term. Here are five everyday habits that are bad for your brain: 1. Not Eating Breakfast Not eating breakfast leads to low blood sugar. This means your brain will have insufficient nutrients to function, which in turn can
With summer right around the corner, it is time to shed off the old you, and let the new you get some fresh air. But after all of these false starts, how can one just reinvent themselves in one short season? Easy. There are several things you can do that will make you a happier, healthier individual, and now is the best time to start. 1. Learn Something New Summer is the best time to travel as thousands of people are out of school and
With our daylight hours getting a little longer each day thanks to Daylight Savings, we are often reminded how much we need to accomplish in a day. Having a loaded plate works for some, heck some people even work better under extreme deadlines, most of us through, we lock up during these times. Instead of trying to find ways to be more productive by doing more, you may be loading up on tasks that are sapping your energy and end up making you less productive
Admit it, morning is the most subject to the routine. Is your routine working to put you in a better mindset for the day, or is it dragging you down? Sometimes, we set ourselves up for a rough day without even realizing it. We have compiled five simple tips on how to improve your morning routine. 1. Get To Bed Early Okay, so this tip is not for waking up, but at the same time, getting to bed early means you will be more refreshed
There was a time everyone used to ignore butter. People had stopped using it on their bread, given the fact that it is rich in calories. But it looks as if there is a change in the air. People are using butter in their coffee as a substitute for cream and sugar. Well, that definitely looks like a lifestyle choice rather than a fad. And why not when butter is good for your health! Opt for grass-fed butter and an unsalted version to reap its goodness.